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 September 14, 2015 - 1:09 AM EDT
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26-Year-Old Uses Handmade Organic Skincare Products To Help Build Schools For Children In Africa

The 26-year-old has become an international success within the past year, now he has accepted an opportunity by Kenyan locals to head a new program to help bring education to children in need.

Los Angeles, CA, Sept. 14, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- It is currently estimated that 72% of Kenyan children do not have a local school to enroll in. 'Coca Vita', a Kenyan company that manufactures coconut oil, has enlisted the globally successful 26-year-old Ryan Zamo to structure a new program that will help build schools for Kenyan children.

Ryan Zamo, the 26-year-old CEO of the organic skincare company "Z Skin Cosmetics", has officially accepted the invitation to help develop the new program, Coca Vita commented, "We specifically sought out the successful entrepreneur for his remarkable ability to develop and sustain innovative new product ideas, and truly think he can help us achieve our goals".

Within the past 11 months, the 26-year-old creator of Z Skin Cosmetics has taken his handmade organic products from his kitchen, to a globally recognized brand in the organic cosmetics industry. Z Skin Cosmetics has won multiple awards around the world for its affordable price and unprecedented results, it has been featured in top magazines and talk shows, and Z Skin Cosmetics has become one of the top selling brands in the organic skincare market.

The pioneering young mind behind Z Skin Cosmetics will mentor the Kenyan locals on improving the knowledge of the local herbs and oils, open up bigger markets for exporting raw materials, and help sustain a stronger local economy. Sales of the new program will be directly used to build new schools, bring more jobs for the community and help solidify a larger income for the local coconut farmers.

Ryan Zamo will also help develop new products for Coca Vita to sell, using the local organic ingredients available to the company. With an abundance of natural herbs and oils, the young CEO will supervise the development and production of the new Cocoa Vita products, helping to create a new line of products made for African hair and skin.

The program to help grow educational opportunities for Kenyan children, headed by 26-year-old Ryan Zamo of Z Skin Cosmetics and the organic coconut oil company Coca Vita, is set to begin by the end of 2015.

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Source: GlobeNewswire (September 14, 2015 - 1:09 AM EDT)

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